The historic Mulholland Drive winds it way through the peaks of the Santa Monica Mountains, offering sweeping views of the Los Angeles basin and San Fernando Valley. This scenic route, which also plays host to some of Hollywood’s elite, provides a quiet retreat from the bustling urban center below.
The loft belongs to The 5000 sqm building which was originally built for the company ‘Palco’, one of the largest manufacturers for T-shirts in Greece and is currently converted into a series of large contemporary residential lofts on the upper floors, whereas the street level is transformed into a large and open cultural space called The Hub.
This unique loft is located in San Francisco, owned by two art and travel addicts who decided to customize it in a very unique way. The couple used a pair of shipping containers to decorate their home. The containers are also functional and they accommodate their collection while also reflecting their personality and passion.
Canadian architects Wonder Inc. designed this chic live work loft where the owner â€“ an artist â€“ could let his creativity run wild. Inside, the minimalist interiors feature white walls and ceilings that bounce light around and light up every corner. Hanging on the clean bright walls, artwork catches the eye and creates an art-gallery atmosphere.
The previous home of John Curran and Kristen Frederickson, longtime Tribecans is a perfect statement about the areaâ€™s reinhabitation. The 80-foot-deep three-bedroom loft apartment was designed by New Yorkâ€™s Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects, with Joel Barkley taking the lead. It manages to celebrate the guts of the old neighborhood without any denial that there is much to enjoy about the new.
Right in the historic heart of Budapest, Hungary lies this old building. The Anker Palace, as it’s called was originally the headquarters of Austrian insurers Der Anker. Built in 1910, it’s actually two buildings with a narrow street in between. This building houses an exceptional loft: it has the industrial look, the bare beams, even a tower.
But when you step outside, you find yourself not in an industrial area, but right in the middle of the city.